definitions + disclaimers
Jools' professional work is based on decades of experience in sports and movement along with foundations in the sciences of anatomy and physiology, neurobiology, evolutionary biology, and empirical psychology - all key to working within an accountable, regulated health care system.
Jools works with her clients to co-create personalized, evidence-based support practices for those encountering challenges in the areas outlined. Her Body-centred Therapy work provides wholistic practices that fit well into interdisciplinary health teams, particularly in the areas of addictions and eating disorders, systemic chronic conditions such as MS, RA, and FMS*, and aftercare for cancer treatment and many types of surgery.
If you have a chronic condition or are recovering from surgery, it is important for you to discuss any concerns with your family doctor prior to your participation; ask if the methods described here are safe for your specific health conditions. In some instances you may be required to supply a doctor's permission note to Jools prior to commencement of therapy.
A message from Jools:
"My work is based on education, training, and life and professional experience. Change isn't easy, and it's usually not very quick. I do not promise magic bullets, profess to be a ‘healer’ or 'shaman,' sell dietary plans, supplements, gimmicks, gadgets, essential oils, or other 'remedies.'
"I do not adhere to a specific yoga 'lineage' or brand, or follow a leader, teacher, or guru. Ask me about these if you want to know why."
*Multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia syndrome
International Association of Yoga Therapists